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Reviewed: Time & Space Visualiser

Doctor Who, after 50 years on television screens and thousands of years of fictional time travelling around space, time and varying Universes, is a myriad of data, addenda and errata. Facts, figures and information are part of what many Doctor Who fans love to spend their time pouring over, discovering critical and important data on…


Reviewed: Babblesphere

Babblesphere is what some may describe as a perfect homage to the Fourth Doctor. In the middle of a volcanic inferno stands an exact replica of the palace of Versailles and inside that, there’s a mystery. The crumbling palace contains people that are slaves to technology; more importantly, they’re slaves to a futuristic social network….

Doctor Who classic: The Tomb of the Cybermen

037 Tomb of the Cybermen

It’s brilliant! That’s for those of you who have neither the time nor inclination to read reviews in full, preferring to confirm your own assessment by reading only the first line. I’ll make the same exclamation at the end of this piece for those who find that the last line of reviews often offers a…

William Russell stars in The Library of Alexandria

Reviewed: The Library of Alexandria

Meredith Burnett reviews The Library of Alexandria, a new Doctor Who Companion Chronicle release from Big Finish by Simon Guerrier and starring William Russell as Ian Chesterton. The Library of Alexandria is a lovely mix of science fiction and historical storytelling that Doctor Who does so well, the pseudo-historical tales from the Doctor Who annuls…

Jamie and Victoria encounter The Evil of the Daleks

036 The Evil of the Daleks

Gatwick airport, 1966. The Doctor and Jamie have just said goodbye to Polly and Ben, only to have the TARDIS snatched away from them and driven off on the back of a lorry. A trail eventually leads them to the antiques shop specialising in Victoriana, which is run by one Edward Waterfield. Waterfield appears to…

Photo booth

035 The Faceless Ones

There’s a line said by Polly in The Faceless Ones, her and Ben’s last serial, which particularly sticks in the mind: “You don’t think my friends will forget me like that, do you?” It’s a fair concern as the last companion to leave, Dodo, was kicked off stage quite unceremoniously in The War Machines (Polly…

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